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While it might be of little consolation to Scotland, their attacking play was widely admired even if the results failed to materialise.
And with Robinson contracted until the 2015 World Cup, Denton said he hoped the ex-England head coach would continue despite his unenviable record of two wins in 15 RBS 6 Nations matches.
“It's been a disappointing tournament for us and you could see that in the boys. We've put everything in, but we're going to be judged on results,” said the 22-year-old.
“We all hope he'll stay. I think we can build something special under him, with the group we've got.
“I think we can be a force to be reckoned with.”
Denton was one of the bright points for Scotland with a RBS 6 Nations Man-Of-The-Match display in their opening game against England and several more barnstorming displays which made him one of the stars of the tournament.
And he insisted that there were plenty of positives to take from a campaign in which he along with several other youngsters such as Stuart Hogg and Greig Laidlaw were blooded.
“We've got a lot of belief in ourselves,” said the Edinburgh player.
“This has been the steepest learning curve I've ever experienced in my life and I think a lot of the other younger boys would say that.
“There's no doubt the talent that we have and we know we can take it forward.”